The announcement of Penny Mulenga and Inonge Kaloustian joining the Copper Queens for the upcoming Olympics qualifiers match against Mali in October has generated a wave of anticipation and excitement among football enthusiasts and fans alike.
These additions to the Zambian national women’s football team not only underline the team’s commitment to enhancing its roster but also signify the team’s dedication to fielding the best talent available to achieve success in the qualifiers.
Mulenga, known for her impressive skills and versatility on the field, has consistently demonstrated her ability to excel in various positions.
Her presence will undoubtedly provide Coach Bruce Mwape with strategic options to consider in terms of formations and tactics.
Mulenga’s experience and prowess, both in domestic leagues and international competitions, make her a valuable asset to the Copper Queens.
Her ability to score goals, create opportunities, and contribute to defensive efforts can play a pivotal role in Zambia’s quest for victory.
Kaloustian, on the other hand, brings a unique blend of attributes to the team.
Her playing style and strengths are likely to complement the existing lineup, potentially adding a new dimension to Zambia’s gameplay.
Kaloustian’s tactical awareness, technical finesse, and leadership qualities make her an invaluable addition to the squad.
With Mulenga and Kaloustian in the mix, the Copper Queens are poised to elevate their performance and make a strong statement in the upcoming qualifiers.
The team’s dynamics and cohesion are expected to improve, as the new players integrate and work alongside their talented teammates.
Fans can look forward to an exciting display of football as Zambia strives to secure a spot in the Olympics.
Munlenga is of Zambian decent born in Canada who plays her club football for the Texas Tech Red Raiders, while Inonge is an American born of Zambian decent temporarily playing for Lusaka’s women’s club ZSID.
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